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Bears, fungi and global warming – Climate Change – ASBMB Today

If you are going to study the Alaskan boreal forest, there are a couple of things you need to know. First, if you encounter a bear, stand your ground. But if it’s hungry enough, it still might eat you. Second,…

More risk as global warming continues – Borneo Bulletin

TOKYO (AFP) – A warming climate could bring viruses in the Arctic into contact with new environments and hosts, increasing the risk of “viral spillover”, according to research published on Wednesday. Viruses need hosts like humans, animals, plants or fungi…

From Turbines To Biofuels, Green Fascists Are Destroying The World

Earlier this summer, the CO2 Coalition was banished from LinkedIn. The CO2 Coalition, with only three full-time employees and an annual budget of under $1 million, had committed the unpardonable sin of sharing contrarian perspectives on climate science. Its work,…

Scientists Discover Strange Carnivore Plant in Borneo that Traps its Prey Underground

In the dark jungles of Borneo, a plant has adapted to an ecological niche that none of its kind or kingdom has ever entered before. An international team led by Czech scientists confirmed that Nepenthus pudica is the first species of pitcher plant, or carnivorous plant in general for that matter, ever to be found laying […]

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Global Warning: Extreme weather conditions are sweeping large parts of the world – The Financial Express

Climate change has been at the top of the agenda for many nations across the world. Why would some global leaders otherwise appoint ‘chief heat officers’, who have the most important tasks at hand—to deal with rising temperatures in their…

UN: Climate change to uproot millions, especially in Asia – New York Post

JAKARTA, Indonesia — The walls of Saifullah’s home in northern Jakarta are lined like tree rings, marking how high the floodwaters have reached each year — some more than four feet from the damp dirt floor. When the water gets…

‘Restore Tropical Forests’ To Address Climate Change – Eurasia Review

Restoring biodiverse tropical forests could quickly remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and address climate change, scientists show in a study that simulates how forests will respond to future climate scenarios on earth. According to the study, limiting global warming caused by…

Tropical Butterflies Spread as Monarchs Dwindle in East Asia – VOA News

Sparked by global warming and other forms of climate change, tropical butterflies are starting to arrive in Hong Kong and Taiwan in greater numbers, while temperate-zone species like the monarch appear to be dwindling in the region, conservationists told RFA….

Woman Races to Save World’s Largest – and Stinkiest Flower – the 3-ft Wide ‘Corpse Flower‘

What scientist wouldn’t be drawn to try and save the world’s largest flower, especially when it, Rafflesia, is their country’s national flower? However when you add in the fact that the world’s largest flower is also the world’s foulest, and that its life cycle is unlike any other plant species on Earth, then suddenly the “panda […]

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